Schrade SCHF36 10.4in Stainless Steel Fixed Blade Knife with 5in Drop Point Blade and TPE Handle for Outdoor Survival Camping and Everyday Carry

May 12, 2018 - Comment

Schrade takes pride in creating trustworthy knives that are perfect for all outdoor adventures. Whether you are hiking, camping, executing bushcraft or any in other activities, Schrade is the strong performing companion you need. Product Features DIMENSIONS: 10.4 inch (26.4 cm) overall length with a blade length of 5 inches (12.8 cm) and a weight

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Schrade takes pride in creating trustworthy knives that are perfect for all outdoor adventures. Whether you are hiking, camping, executing bushcraft or any in other activities, Schrade is the strong performing companion you need.

Product Features

  • DIMENSIONS: 10.4 inch (26.4 cm) overall length with a blade length of 5 inches (12.8 cm) and a weight of 12.3 ounces
  • DURABLE: Blade is made of reliable 1095 Powder Coated High Carbon S.S. with a black, ring textured TPE handle
  • DEPENDABLE: Quick and easy access with the convenient polyester belt sheath
  • SECURE: Have confidence that the blade will not slip with the security of the front quillon, thumb and grip jimping and finger choil
  • BE PREPARED: Knife features a ferro rod, sharpening stone and a lanyard hole

Comments

Luke says:

Stout build, not the best edge but good ’nuff The difference between the SCHF36 and 36M is the laminated micarta (M) handle. That might be obvious to some or a mystery to folks like myself new to what have come to be known as ‘bushcraft/survival’ knives. I have both the 36 and 36M: one of them in the Toyota, the other in my truck. I don’t know if the micarta handle justifies the price difference between the 36 and 36M. The fire starter and sharpening steel are convenient additions to the purchase but I don’t know as they’d be a deal…

John says:

don’t listen to the haters This is a very nice knife for the price. And 1095 steel. OK so it’s got a black coating on it….BIG deal. Use some pain stripper to remove if it bothers you that much. For $28 this is a great buy!

Triggerfish says:

$30!? What are you waiting for? I wanted something choppy but not huge. On tropical vacations, I’ve in the past taken my Ka-bar Kukri, mostly for coconuts. I love that thing, but wanted something smaller for trips where I don’t expect hacking through jungle. This is perfect.Blade was straight. Grind slightly asymmetric, with decent, but not fantastically sharp edge. Fixed that with a few minutes on the Lansky diamond stones. Yes, the coating is too rough. Some paint stripper liquid and a few minutes of scraping…

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